how to make chocolates with good texture and taste like sold in markets?

Malaysia
August 21, 2008 5:22am CST
i tried many times to make chocolate that tastes like cadburys or chocs in markets but i usually end up with wierd taste,lokk and texture.please can anyone help me? thank u in advance
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@brimia (6582)
• United States
22 Aug 08
This is a great site for recipes for food/candy that are very close copies of what they sell in the stores and restaurants... http://www.topsecretrecipes.com/recipes.asp?sessionid=&login=yes You can search for brands like Reese's, Cadbury, Hershey on the "View by Brand" drop-down menu...they have recipes for Cadbury eggs, Reese's peanut butter cups, etc.
• Malaysia
25 Aug 08
wow thanks^^u guys in mylot help alot!
• India
22 Aug 08
Try the chocolate recipes and videos here. The step by step recipes and videos would help you master the art of making chocolates at home and also try a lot of other things with chocolate. http://www.ifood.tv/network/chocolate/recipes
• Malaysia
25 Aug 08
thanks~!!!
@lilaclady (28226)
• Australia
21 Aug 08
it all depends on how you melt the chocolate buds if you use them...when you melt the chocolate in a double pot with the water in the bottom don't let the water touch the botton of the top pot and don't let any water get into the top pot at all, just let heat melt it... there is a trick to melting in the microwave but i can't remember the seconds you put the buds in for but I know when you melt this way the buds don't look like they have melted at all, you have to stir them...i am assuming you are using the chocolate buddy things you buy...other than that I don't know how to make chocolates from scratch....
• Malaysia
21 Aug 08
wow~!thanks.i never knew that!okay i will try it the next time i make one^^thanks a lot